WinZip 15.0.9411

WinZip is the most trusted way to work with compressed files. No other compression utility is as easy-to-use or offers the comprehensive and productivity-enhancing approach that has made WinZip the gold standard for file-compression tools.

You can quickly and securely zip and unzip files to conserve storage space, speed up e-mail transmission, and reduce download times. State-of-the-art file compression, strong AES encryption, compatibility with more compression formats, and new intuitive photo compression, make WinZip the complete compression and archiving solution.

Building on the favorite features of a worldwide base of several million users, WinZip adds new features for image compression and management, support for new compression methods, improved compression performance, support for additional archive formats, and more. Users can work faster, smarter, and safer.

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winzip sadly has gone the way of the dinosaur. it used to be indispensable during its niko mak computing days (remember?), but it has become redundant these days when OS provide basic zip files support.

So I am the only person who can't see the point in all these "WinZip is sooooo 90s!" comments? Dudes, for -personal use- there might not be much of a reason to use payware archivers (nope, not even that ugly WinRAR stuff), but that is not the point, is it?

Before Corel bought it, every major upgrade was free. (If you bought a license for WinZip 1.0 you could use it for 2, 3, 4... all the way up to WinZip 9.0.) Now under Corel, it's either pay for every upgrade, use an old version, or live with the nag window. I'll stick with WinRAR, thanks.

They even have a Mac Edition! It appears on the winzip.com page, but on Corel's page on the Windows version is shown. But with compression and decompression supported in Mac, I don't quite see what users really need this for.

einsteinbqat said,
They even have a Mac Edition! It appears on the winzip.com page, but on Corel's page on the Windows version is shown. But with compression and decompression supported in Mac, I don't quite see what users really need this for.
The compression stuff in Finder is unbelievably simple. If you want anything more than Compress this file or folder and decompress this whole zip file then you need another tool.

Microsoft employees use it (saw it in some of the Demos they showed during MMS this year). Lots of Corporations use it also. Though, with zip support built in to Windows now, there really isn't a big need for it, unless you are doing something other than just zipping up a folder or something.

RichardK said,
Microsoft employees use it (saw it in some of the Demos they showed during MMS this year). Lots of Corporations use it also. Though, with zip support built in to Windows now, there really isn't a big need for it, unless you are doing something other than just zipping up a folder or something.

I use 7zip just so i dont have to go through Menus and click ok's and next...right click..extract..done

Beyon_Godlike said,

I use 7zip just so i dont have to go through Menus and click ok's and next...right click..extract..done

and you think winzip doesn't do this?

djesteban said,
Wow.... this is still updated... Who still uses this?!?

agreed. it seems most users pretty much use either WinRAR or 7-Zip nowadays. i prefer 7-Zip.

WinZip used to be the **** back in the day (i.e. 1990's) but since pretty much 2000's came along WinRAR took over and over the last 5-ish years 7-Zip has been a solid alternative.